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THE BUTTE INTER _MOUNTAIN
VOL XXII NO. 211 BUTTE. MONTANA, TIIURSDAY EVENING, NOVFMBER 2m, 19o2. PRICE FIVE CENTS STRIKE COMMISSION HEARS DR, PETER ROBERTS ON IT Economist Gives Facts and Figures Concerning Fatal ities in Mine District. NO MORE DANGEROUS TO M'INE THAN TO RAILROAD In Regard to the Reported Movements Toward Independent Organization, Dr. Roberts Says Non-Union Men Are Be hind It-Men Return to Anthracite Region Because of Family Ties, Not Because Pay Is Better or Work Easier BY ASSOCIATPED PR.SS. Scranton, Pa., Nov. 2o.--WVhen today's session of the strike commission began Rev. Dr. Peter Roberts was put on the stand again. When the commission adjourned yes terday ex-Congressman Simon P. Wolver ton, counsel for the Philadelphia & Read ing Coal & Iron company, was cross-ex amining Dr. Roberts. Answering a ques tion propounded by Judge Gray yester day, Dr. Roberts said today that a com parison of fatalities on all railroads in the United States with those in the anthracite fields show that 2.5 per i,ooo railroad em ployes are killed, while 3.5 per I,ooo mine employes are killed. The fatalities to switchmen, flagmen and watchmen in 9goo, he stated to be 5.3 per z.ooo as against 5.5 per I,ooo among miners and their laborers working inside the mines. The question of arriving at a fair price on rock in connection with coal mining, Dr. Roberts said, was one that could be adjusted only by the mine employes and the companies. lie said it was far from the truth to characterize the operators as hard-hearted and unjust and as seeking constantly to grind men down to the last penny of wages as had been charged. Dr. Roberts declared that the men in the southern anthracite district voted to stand by their brothers in the northern district on the question of insisting on the recog nition of the union and also otn all other points raised in the Shamokin convention. Answering further questions by Mr. \Vol verton, Dr. Roberts said he understool that dissensions had occurred between suiners and their Ihelpers, the latter claim ing tthat the mtiners left them at an un seasonable hour and imposed on them the whole of the labor. NON-UNION MEN BEHIND INDEPENDENT MOVFMENT After reading from a lengthy article by Dr. Roberts in tihe Yale Review on the labor situation in the hard coal fields prior to the strike, witness said in claboration of what he had written that by investiga tion regarding the laborers forming an independent organization, he found that niovemnent was chiefly arising by the non union men. "I do not know chat was the motive of their action," said he, "but it seems that they were instigated to mnovements of this kind by parties opposed to the orgainization of labor." "If the conditions in the bituminous re gions," inquired Mr. WVolverton, "are bet ter than in the anthracite fields, why did the men who left the hard coal regions during the strike return to the anthracite fields after the strike?" The response was that they dlid so be cause of social and family ties. Dr. Rol, erts in his examnination said the newsplaper reports of violence had Ibeen greatly exag gerated. Mr. Wolverton today read copious extracts from a magazine which Dr. Roberts would not deny he had writ ten, in which he described many acts of intimidation, violence and boycott. In explanationt Mr. Roberts said that these acts cannot all be attributed to the union. and made a brief speech in which he said the operators refused to arbitrate, arnd the ninri were forced to strike to gain their demlantls. OLD SHEEPHERDER TELLS HIS STORY SAYS THAT HE WAS ROBBED OF ALL HE HAD BY FRANK M'WILLIAMS -NOW WITHOUT FRIENDS. C. R. Shaw, the old man tlho was knocked down and robbed Iy Frank McWilliams several weeks ago, is in a pitiful plight financially. He called at the police station this morning anid told his story. Ile said lie had been a sheepherder near Phocenix, Ariz., for the last to years; that by dint of careful mlanagemncnt he contrived to save $500 out of his slim earntings, and with this little capital in his pocket start ed out to see something of the world for the first time. "I came to Butte in a rounldabout way," said the old lanl. "'1 went first to Fort Worth, Texas, and after seeing that town wenlt to Denver, Colo. From the Colo rado capital I came tip here, and had been in Butte several days when I met the man McWilliams, who afterwards robbed me. "I had $150 in lly pockets when he knocked me oni the head that night, and he took every cent of it. Now I am alotte in a strange city, without a cent of money and without friends. I shall go back to sheep herding if I can get a job in Montana, but it will be many a year before I can save as much as was taken from time." Sol Levy, c~t of kindness of heart, pre sented Shaw with a new suit and an over coat. Tears stood in the old man's eyes as he accepted the present, and he wan dered out into the cold to look for work. THOSE WHO KNOW HIM SAY HE IS NOT RIGHT Majority of the Witnesses Called in the McGeary Trial Today Are Men Who Have Worked With the Prisoner and Have Therefore Had an Opportunity to Study Him--Say He Was Moody and Often Acted Queerly--Judge Wines' Statement. COUNTY ATTORNiV DUFFY, ,TTORNEY J. H. TOL Who Conducting the rosecution of McGay in a Masteful Fa n. . He s Assisting County Attorney Duy in the Proecution in the McGey Til. Who Is Conducting the Prosecution of McGeary in a Masterful Fasnhicn. He Is Assisting County Attorney Duffy in the Prosecution in the McGeary Trial. SP.(IAI. TO TilE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Nov. 2o.-The defense in the McGeary murder case continued the ex amination of their witnesses today. It was for the most part the testimony of men who had known and worked with McGeary for the last year or so. The statements of the majority of them were to the effect that McGeary's actions had always been considered queer, and while some of them did not go so far as to think him mentally unbalanced, others have considered him so for some time past. From the testimony of Judge W\ines, one of the defendant's attorneys, it would seem that at some time or another McGeary had ilade a statement regarding the occur rences of July to, which lie did not adhere to on the stand yesterday. Miss Margaret MlcGeary, sister to the prisoner, gave details of Mc(Geary's con duct of the past few years. which were closely followed by those in the court roonm. JUDGE WINES IS FIRST WITNESS CALLED TODAY Judge W\ines was the first witness call ed this mornitng, le testified that hie skted McGeary the following question yesterday a fternoon : "John, what was your idea in making a different statemeint on the stand regard inig not reiiinclleriiig what took place on the dlay of the trouble than you made to Mr. Trippet and me?" Mc(;eary anslwered, "you deceitied me." Wines said: "John, what dio you meanl?" McGeary said no mnore. )Dennis McCarthy was then i:alel It the stand. iHe testified that he had known the defendant two years. anld he had worked with him a part of that time inl the con centrator builring. lie was present whet. he was hurt in the conceiltrator. I)efeild anlt seemell to stll'e' great pain. Charles Gallagher swas called to the stand next and testified that lie had lived neighbors with M.lcGcary for two years. The witness was of the opinion that Mc Geary had always acted queerly. He would abruptly change conversation :and sonic timles walked suddenly away. lie seemed to want to lie alone. (allagher thought McGcary a little off. On cross-exlamlia tion Gallagher said lie knew lot oif iten w\ho are not companionable. LEARY SAYS M'GEARY WOULD OFTEN BE 73'ODY James Leary was the next witness. lie hlad knlown defendant about eight months. f'hey worked ill the samne build ing, but on dilferent floors. Soietimes the prisoner woull speak to witness, some times ilot. Dan Gartlani tlestiied that lie had known defendant about two andil a half years. lie knew his famlily. lie said JUSTICE NELSON WILL GIVE DECISION MONDAY It only took abot one( hour ill the court of Justice Nelson this mlorning to conclude the preliminary examination of C. E. Al sop inl the election bribery case. The defense had another witlniss, I,ut as he did not appear il the case, th li lc fense rested and the prnsecutlon did not put on any witness iii rebuttal. It was agreed between counisel that oily ten minutes wouldl hle occupied by each side ill largumenllllt nidltl the county at torney waived the openinlg. Attorney Krcmter was the first to al diress the court fir the dlifcnse, and he called the attention of his honor lto the COMPLETE RETURNS BY END OF NEXT WEEK "It is a case of plain inlcomplctellcy on the part of the clerks and judge:t of elec tions," said one of the men who is keep ing track of the offlicial canvass now in progress at the court house. "They have give no party or man the best of it," he continued, "and I do not believe that they knew enough to do so, even though they had the will and intention to ~o so. With the exception of a few--a. very few---pre cincts the returns are itt the greatest mixup I, or any one else, ever saw. It is Csolle thing awful and must be seen to he thor oughly uttndertood. that often when he would speak hct;eary would turn away his head. lie seemed to want to be alone. J. Perranet, when called to the stand, sa-id he had known defendant since March of this year. While talking to McGeary once he said the latter changed the sub ject to something else. \\itness often thought Mel eary queer. Former deputy sheriff Joe Daly was called to the stand and testified that he was a patient at St. Ann's hosplital when the defendant was hurt at the works. In the hosllital he said that McGeary's con duct was very quiet. That he would not talk. lie testified to havinlg been with Under Sheritf Morgan when the latter took Mct cary in charge. The three rode to the county jail in .Murphy's buggy. Mrc (;Gery exclaimed while in the rig, 'this will kill the hold folks," and also "I was driven to it. lThrough the damned stut pidity of that mtan i1 nearly lost miiy life." \\itness said that Morgan cautioned the prisoner not to saiy too tmuch. So the witness Nt 'Ie ary appetared wild iand seemed to Ie laIring under a delusion. Miss Flizaelth, librarian of the Ihearst free library, was next calild. She said that Mce'atry first cate to the library ;atant t t lmonths ago. lie \is qluiiet and reservedl a:nl :otmg other things read. p et ry. \\William A. .Nolain. tIhe ni t witn ess, t,.stilid that he lirst knew M:1 i earv three yearsl ago. I met t hiuLi at .Nt.guire's ihouse, Ih stated that he never coultt get ill coLt\'ersation with the defiacl;tnt. lie BREEN RECOMMENDED RELEASE It Was the Advice of the County Attorney That "Anheuser Kid" Was Allowed to Go--An Aftermath of the Election. There wans an aftrrnalth of the late leIinze campaignl last eveninlg in the ar rest iand release of William .Mc'arthy, better knownv to the .ipeople of Iutte as the "Annmicustr Kid." lie w;as arrelst..I yestmrday by Detective Moruphy alnd Sir grant Daiw: on oni advice from Shecriff King of IHostcled county. The charge against Mc('arthy wais illegal voting, and it is claimed that hle is a party to the coloniza tion schemie inl RoIsebuid county, where sevntl, en otirs were disqmialililed. Itairdhl ha:ml McCarthy been llgeml safe ly Ibelhitil th: bars of the counity jail w\vhlen !ic appilltredt ni the strem t lis inmmlipany mistakes of the witnIesses for the prose cution. lie contended that if they were wrong in one important particular, and it had been proved that they were, there Has good reason to believe that thiy were wrong in every other particular. John I)ixon, who followed Mr. Kremer fr the defense, was much plainer in his ch:aracteri;,tiono of the witnesses for the prosecution, and he boldly discrlited every word that they had sworn to. le called the court's atteintion to the credi hility of the witnesses for the defense and the gotod character and high standing of the de fendlait himself. In Ihis opinion 'I do not kn'ow what the law requires in such cases, but it seems to mec that the only sensible way out of the mess is to call a new election and select judges and clerks who have some general idea how to do the work." liere are some of the mistakes and blun ders made : Precinct I-The tally sheet blotted so as to be ahnost useless. Precinct 2--The oaths of office not sub scribed to and the totals not carried out on the tally sheet. Precinct J-T'otals carried out wrong. 'uu.ily sat alone and lookilng at Ihe Iloor. The witness naturally thought there was something wrong with thI prisoner. 'Thomas Maguire, brother in -law to the prisoner, was called, lie salid hel had known the defendant labout three years. possibly longer. lie usually saw Mct;eary whcen he came home frotl work, hull had hell very few conversations with hinl lie had always considtered the boy a little queer. Mararret Ml(;ceary. sister to tilhe pris onier, was the last witness called hetlore the tnoon adjournment. She said that her brother had always liked to be alone. w.as nit allectionlate ati, had a; d.It cidhd tavieri.lo to lltompantlly at all times. Sthe stiltd that lie had always beein very much israpped up in his mechanical studietis, bilt talkcd very little of his inlventtions. he often said that he dlid not want cali ti' hit simplly a chance to prove the sup. ,i.tity of the timehines. She told of the" dc-eflndanl's colnduct dutring tihe. past year. Ile sometiles talked of his pallt r:ck, and when s.h.t spoke of it ini :a cliti rising manner, the prisoo.r guIw ilrilablh. He hol, she said, always sctim dI I ,inn sidtr lhimtself ithe intl tllil l -p.ri.u everyone with whis - e alii aid. h.ld an idea a great many lI.e h *lilI w-i like hiim.. I1I was 11'tn 1111-. I is ni hcalr t-d anid iltlat.t-cholty. Shte knew hlt littlet of It d 1 a . l, 's invenrations wide, fi m til rni t .t hil hal st'l th,. model of the novlly ty'l, ril.. She saw her brothr'r Ihe. night if .ithy iN. tvI1,1133I IohH NI at ,iII , 3n1d ,'n .ttat o ,;, iyIlII ig, lut it tt'a, 13;3r33v, yt~. 3!'. tha;t 3lc3 ;,331y 3%.', it! ar'.,, on ', l IuiI. o iw3ined by Ml; ,c3 I 'iI ;I i il Ir lk It is said thant hii, rcjt;p,c* ia,i it t: ,( 3 ii,!,, ctstodiiy 3,33 3ir a 3i",,,3i iriiit JhatI tihn II rt itiio3I 3ot33 11S r ,141 I,3,;illy 3:lt, tltilhe trarrant 3133, fauiti,, a:33 et,! li, tn V3,i3mj~~i3lf a3 sti3t of 3jul31 ,3:tin 3,311 133 bail1. t li. ; ,iihi w as clearly c .stahlish d a ld ex. pr, I the h.ope, that the defenlld;lt I.,uld nt , heldh to :antIwr to the ditrict court o, the fliisy testilllnty of the lIprosect tiuu. 1Mr. tilchrit, alo for the delfene, made a tiv remarks in which he calheId the cout's attention to a few poilnts that the utier attorneys had overlooked, mdl ,'aid th;t the standing and good miIe of Mr. Alp,, jpoutld het: sufflicient to plrot ct hill flti the st;ItenItIts, suppoLIiOrttedI or ti ip pllt d, of such men as the prose, uti,.n ha I prolluc'ed to swear his goolal m11 Efl a. . P'rcitlct 4- No totals on the tally ,lcet andl several errors in the count. Precinct Iive---'ally sheet not certified td by the judges. Rejected ballots in wrig place. No totals given. 'Prcinct Six--Incomplete returns anld certificate in tally sheet not signed. P'rcinct Seven-- 'ally sheet and poll book dlo not check. No totals given. In this precinct Weston, for county recorder, g;,in; .0 votes over the unofficial returns, Irecinct Nine-Totals not carried out anoi the tally sheet and poll book do not 'recinct Ten-T''ally sheet and poll lie was rcading a book. She saw hli at breakfast the followinsg mornling. lie usually aM aholt,, eschlnln with the rest of the famiily. Two )'il ago" tile lpristtller had 1I1 absceis in his lmt. The %itnlls did not kniiow as to IIt s eri'tusnll ell . )I l r ortls inotiled iiand thliught ofil her llitiher's nrr 0t I11Y4 GREW MORE DISTANT Tn HIS RELATIVES DAY BY DAY \\'hen court lcannedl. at I '.t( i'clock sister h f the i i. ,ntr I 1 h i istend. 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(hblUtte ask,, lur .,,p ration anid Sufs iiffodfy if thed m nl e h lrh' e. She al sofu ;asls that the per.sonal propr,,h yI) ald. furni tl0lc HO fW Ill the f jilyct to flic, 't 3 -y. lof ftlf' ftft' sifie aw..lrd lit t o ly her. a it re il late suit of lteria s fo tt, i t thf 5 ie a frigrinaSl eMiring sloly, y fO"if I ,icii be cIl.st othr day. The d nse, led by Judlrge nlilford, of clsridfis illargumt were cthic mforning and Judge il arnvey exlcii odd the wc on cthe sutbj oct e t iithe jury. lhme Ifyr thle RffScttL casec,;ll 111~1 Jiflti --lirficy cas wic submittedii or g tlihat hidy anold it re tirol late thiiity afternoon. The trial case has lrogrssd very lly, having been be gun last Monday. A large nttmlbr of hearings which were ,scheduled for this week have been post pon~d onl aq(.ctcont Of' tihe thime consumled by the Ros.ette case, a.nd Jutdgt; Harney atnnotnced this nmorning that he wotuld iII all lprobability revi,.,e the trial calendaur ".*,rdayt morlnin.